ESB & Irish Water Frameworks

ESB 38 to 110kV Substation Framework.
In 2022 Mainline began delivering projects on this ESB 38 to 110kV Substation Framework, which encompasses a broad range of works from G1/G3 connections (New housing and industrial unit connections), Mini Pillar and Magnafix replacement to Live 38-110kv substation maintenance and refurbishment projects. The framework runs for 7 years across the 26 counties.

ESB Substation Civils Framework.
Since 2015 Mainline has delivered civil upgrade works to over 150 ESB Substations. In 2023 Mainline won a place on the new version of this framework. The framework runs for 7 years across the 26 counties.

ESB 38 to 400kV Substation Framework.
In late 2023 Mainline won a place on the ESB 38 to 400kV Substation Framework, which encompasses a broad range of works from HV Jointing to HV Substation asset replacement and maintenance. The framework runs for 7 years across the 26 counties.

Cork Non-domestic Water Metering – D&B and O&M
Mainline delivered the design, build and installation of over 20,000 non-domestic water meters in Cork. Mainline then Operated and Maintained (O&M) the 20,000 non-domestic water meters on behalf of Cork County Council / Irish Water. The O&M contract ran for 15 years to 2021, and included the capital replacement of the 20,000 installed meters, all of which were replaced between 2016 and 2019. Mainline continues to read all of the meters for Irish Water.

Irish Water Domestic and Non-Domestic Metering Reading – Connaught & Ulster
In 2020 Mainline was awarded a 5 year Contract to read Irish Waters Domestic and Non-domestic Meters in areas of Connaught & Ulster. Overall this involves reading over 5,000,000 AMR and Manual meter reads, as well as providing various other support and investigative services.

Irish Water Domestic Water Metering D&B
In 2017, in conjunction with our JV partners J Murphy & Sons, Mainline completed delivery of meter installations services to Irish Water for two of the eight domestic water metering regions. The two regions, the South West and West, included the installation of over 262,000 domestic water meters, with a combined contract value of circa €100m. Installation of the water meters commenced in September 2013, less than 6 weeks after signing of contracts, and peaked at almost 400 direct and indirect staff across Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, Clare and Galway.